STS SECURITISATION NOTIFICATIONS
SIMPLE, TRANSPARENT, AND STANDARDISED (STS) SECURITISATION NOTIFICATIONS
This Register provides a list of all securitisations that comply with the ‘Simple, Transparent, and Standardised’ (STS) criteria set out in the Securitisation Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2017/2402).
According to Article 27(1) of the Securitisation Regulation, originators and sponsors must jointly notify ESMA by means of the template referred to in Article 27(7) where a securitisation meets the requirements of Articles 19 to 22 or Articles 23 to 26 (‘STS notification’). In the case of an ABCP programme, only the sponsor is responsible for the notification of that programme and, within that programme, of the ABCP transactions complying with Article 24.
According to Article 27(5) of the Securitisation Regulation, ESMA has to maintain on its website a list of all securitisations which the originators and sponsors have notified to it as meeting the requirements of Articles 19 to 22 or Articles 23 to 26 of that Regulation. ESMA must add each securitisation so notified to that list immediately and must update the list where the securitisations are no longer considered to be STS following a decision of competent authorities or a notification by the originator or sponsor. Where the competent authority has imposed administrative sanctions in accordance with Article 32 of the Securitisation Regulation, it must notify ESMA thereof immediately. ESMA must immediately indicate on the list that a competent authority has imposed administrative sanctions in relation to the securitisation concerned.
See also the ESMA securitisation policy activities webpage for further background on ESMA’s STS Notification arrangements and other securitisation-related policy activities. For questions about the information published on this website, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org .
The list of all securitisations notified to ESMA by originators and sponsors as meeting the STS requirements as well as the cancelled STS securitisations and no longer STS compliant securitisation can be found below:
Securitisations which are no longer considered as meeting the STS requirements
None reported so far.
The present Register has been set up by ESMA on an interim basis in order to meet the requirements of the Securitisation Regulation starting from 1 January 2019. In due course, ESMA will launch a more established Register and place it on the dedicated section of its website.
The list of securitisations is derived solely from the STS notifications notified to ESMA by the originators and sponsors as well as the notification of an administrative sanction to ESMA by a competent authority. The originator, sponsor and the securitisation special purpose entity (SSPE) remain responsible for the STS information, and the competent authority remains responsible for any administrative sanctions and remedial measures, and queries regarding that information should be addressed directly to each them according to their responsibilities.
The information published in the Register derives exclusively from the information notified to ESMA. Therefore, ESMA does not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy of the information. ESMA shall not be liable for any loss of business or profits or any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage resulting from any irregularity or inaccuracy of the information published by ESMA in the Register. ESMA aims to minimise disruption caused by technical errors. However, please note that ESMA cannot guarantee that its service will not be interrupted or otherwise affected by technical errors.
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